Investigation of occupation burnout and job satisfaction of medical staff

Xie, Guojun, Li, Wendy, Xu, Caixia, Li, Xiaoling, and Xu, Guohong (2017) Investigation of occupation burnout and job satisfaction of medical staff. Sichuan Mental Health, 30 (6). pp. 551-555.

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Objective: To investigate the occupation burnout and job satisfaction of the medical staff.

Methods: 1 620 medical staffs in public hospitals of Foshan were randomly selected,and they were evaluated with Quality of Occupational Life Scale(ProQOL),Minnesota Job Satisfaction Questionnaire Short—Form Scale(MSQ)and Subjective Happiness Scale(SHS).

Reults: A total of 1,423 valid questionnaires were collected.Comparing with the occupation burnout scores,the medical staffs of 30<一age<40 were higher than 20。<age<30[(28.29±5.38)vs (27.27±5.20),t=1.02,P=0.014],doctors were higher than nurses[(28.34±5.29)vs.(27.34±5.16),t=1.00,P=0.009],intermediate professional was higher than junior grade[(28.28±5.16)vs.(27.36±5.25),t=0.92,P=0.020],masterg degree was higher than that ofjunior college students[(28.49±4.96)vs.(27.08±5.30),t=1.42,P=0.043].The occupation burnout scores ofpsychiatric and stomatology hospital were lower than other hospitals[(25.39±5.00)vs.(26.03±4.22),F=11.62,P<0.01],but the job satisfaction scores[(72.98±9.52)vs (71.18±8.07),F=7.31,P<0.01] and subjective well—being scores[(20.02±3.94)vs.(20.33±3.67),t=5.65,P<0.01]were higher than other hospitals.

Conclusion: The occupation burnout is higher in the medical staff of 30一<age<40,doctor,intermediate title and master.The medical staff of psychiatric and stomatology hospital have lower occupation burnout,higher job satisfaction and higher subjective well—being.

Item ID: 53953
Item Type: Article (Research - C1)
ISSN: 1007-3256
Keywords: medical professional; occupation burnout; job satisfaction; subjective well—being
Funders: The Technology Bureau of Foshan City, China
Projects and Grants: Medical Sciences Fund of Foshan City (2016AB002181), Medical Sciences Grant of the 13th Five-Year Plan of Foshan City (SZDZKl35031)
Date Deposited: 28 Jun 2018 01:50
FoR Codes: 52 PSYCHOLOGY > 5203 Clinical and health psychology > 520304 Health psychology @ 100%
SEO Codes: 92 HEALTH > 9204 Public Health (excl. Specific Population Health) > 920410 Mental Health @ 100%
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